Katerina Balivo was the star of an embarrassing accident at the fall Rai presentation. She was the one, with large doses of self-irony, who revealed it on social media. The 43-year-old presenter tells it all in her Instagram stories. He appears seductive and smiling in front of the cameras to present his new program La Volta Buona. But then he reveals: “You don’t know what happened to me when I arrived. I’ll tell you later, in the meantime I’m going to eat.”
Caterina Balivo jokes on Instagram then adds: “Torn pants, lucky pants. And then yellow is the color of speed, so there might be a tear. Cit. from fan to direct”. The accident happened during his bike ride to reach Rai.
It is a program “voted for positivity. It starts from the title, The good time: we think when we overcome an obstacle, learn to do something, say a beautiful thing that only we have. when we talk about a life in which there is great endurance, thanks to which we go forward and can win.” So Caterina Balivo in the presentation of the entertainment appointments in the autumn day of Rai describes with Ansa La volta buona, which from September 11 at 14.00 brings the presenter back to Rai 1, for two hours of live coverage from Monday to Friday.
“This is an important period that I have followed a lot, with Come to me on Rai 1 and Rai 2 with Detto Fatto.
Both Caterina Balivo and the director of daytime entertainment for Rai Angelo Mellone do not stick to the expectations of the audience: “We have to make a quality program knowing that there is a start-up and consolidation phase, we just try to make the best possible program – explains Mellone -. There is great trust in the presenter.” For her, some time ago there was also the experience of a podcast that I start with no: “There I asked people what was the time, not good, but in which life put them in front of a choice where to say no and if that the no was ultimately a positive thing. It was really cool, I interviewed people like Bocelli, Bebe Vio, Roberto Saviano. It made me think about how in life, sometimes, just when it seems all is lost, a new beginning can really come.”
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